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STAFF WRITER deidre ortiz The aggravated assault case involving Estill Springs resident Dale Bryant Farris — suspected of shooting a shotgun at youths involved in a prank on neighboring property — has been bound over to Franklin County’s Circuit Court. At a hearing in General Sessions Court on Dec. 5, it was determined that the Judge Buddy Perry will now hear the case in Circuit Court on Jan.
If winter weather hits Franklin County, it’s reassuring to know that our Highway Department is ready to get rid of snow and ice. As of Friday, the Highway Department’s salt supplies included the usual amount of 600 to 700 tons with a small pile left over from last year’s mild winter. Franklin County Highway Department Superintendent Johnny Woodall summed up the situation. “In addition, there is standby salt in Nashville,
Notice to visitors at Tims Ford in the coming months — the large-scale equipment working in and around the dam does not signify a structural problem or cause for alarm. Personnel will be there to do what Tennessee Valley Authority refers to as a “health check” or geotechnical evaluations — much like one going to the doctor for a routine checkup to assess if anything is wrong or has the
Traci Helton and Nathan L. Putnam are two veterinary doctors who have just opened a new Winchester facility, called Midtown Veterinary Services and Hospital. It is located at 505 S. Jefferson St., just down from the Post Office. Doctors Helton and Putman say they are proud to be able to offer convenient, full service veterinary care for dogs, cats and horses. Their spacious facility offers boarding for up to 21
Southern Tennessee Medical Center/Emerald-Hodgson Hospital welcome Dr. Raymond Capps. Dr. Capps’ practice, Southern Tennessee Neurology, is located at 1383 South College St., Suite 2, Winchester. He started seeing patients in his office on Nov. 4. Dr. Capps is a graduate of The University of Missouri and he completed his residency at The University of North Carolina. He is board certified in psychiatry and neurology and completed his fellowship in
EDITOR brian justice First appearances, in many cases, can spell a make-or-break difference in attracting businesses and industries. As a result, $3.126 million in infrastructure improvements are being made at Winchester Municipal Airport with another $1 million grant applied for — not only to cash in on industrial and business recruiting opportunities — but to make an already safe airport, safer. The funding is through a match